Im­merse your­self in an au­then­tic In­dian ex­pe­ri­ence.

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Ba­hamas Par­adise Cruise Line, which sails from the port of Palm Beach, Florida, to the Ba­hamas, launched its first-ever Bol­ly­wood cruise in Jan­uary — and it was a hit.

Aboard Grand Cel­e­bra­tion, pas­sen­gers im­mersed them­selves in an au­then­tic In­dian ex­pe­ri­ence. The on­board restau­rants of­fered a wide ar­ray of In­dian cui­sine while evenings were filled with Bol­ly­wood-style en­ter­tain­ment.

After a sun­set sail­away, the evening kicked off with an ex­clu­sive Bol­ly­wood per­for­mance from the ship’s per­form­ers, and the cel­e­bra­tion con­tin­ued with a Bol­ly­wood Glow Party fea­tur­ing Bol­ly­wood singer, Naila Khalid. The house was packed and pas­sen­gers were ex­cited to join on the dance floor as Bol­ly­wood dancers showed off their moves.

The next morn­ing, pas­sen­gers were in­vited to per­fect their dance moves with In­dian dance lessons from the cruise line’s team of Bol­ly­wood dancers. Pas­sen­gers were guided on how to use their hands and body in con­nec­tion with the mu­sic to gain a full un­der­stand­ing of the emo­tion be­hind Bol­ly­wood dance.

The Bol­ly­wood theme was ac­cen­tu­ated by the level of de­tail aboard Grand Cel­e­bra­tion. For ex­am­ple, TVs high­lighted the charm of Bol­ly­wood by stream­ing clas­sic Bol­ly­wood films, while the aroma of In­dian spices en­ticed hun­gry pas­sen­gers to make their way to the buf­fet. Pas­sen­gers were also in­vited to re­ceive com­pli­men­tary henna tat­toos from ex­pe­ri­enced artists to help spread hap­pi­ness aboard Grand Cel­e­bra­tion. And on board this oneof-a-kind cruise, happy we were!

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